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is rape within the boundaries of islam?

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Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 2, 2007 at 09:48

the numbers of rapes committed by muslims against non muslim women (and men) is higher than the rapes committed by any other ethnicity. Is rape within the boundaries of your religion?

The number of acts of muslim desecration of christian symbols (beheading of saints statues and destruction of madonna's statues) is happening more and more often, all of them are muslims doing it for islam (as per their own words). Explain where is the morality in that.

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